Gussie Miller is a singer-songwriter who lives in Los Angeles.
Gussie's background includes being a child actor and growing up in a musical family.
Taken under the wing early by owners of several major recording studios,
Gussie learned the art of production for commercials and TV & Film work.
Gussie toured as a background vocalist with artists like Lavern Baker, Seal
and Cher. His work in the studio can be heard with artists such as Gino
Vannelli, Cher, Rock & Roll hall of famer Lavern Baker, Jazz legend Marcus
Miller, and break out artists Lance Todd, and Jessica Celious. Over his long
career Gussie has worked with Smooth Jazz artist Mindi Abair and Grammy
winner Paula Cole.
Gussie's songs are played around the world in such TV shows as "Doogie
Howser M.D.", "Cop Rock", "Family Matters" and "South Of Sunset".
Recently Gussie's voice can be heard in such movies as "I Think I Love My
Wife" and TV shows like "Everybody Hates Chris".
While taking the time off to raise his kids, Gussie had a successful career
as a engineer and technician working at the top studios in Los Angeles
and NYC, where he worked with some of the biggest names in music and Film.
Recently coming back to performing Gussie was featured on NBC's "The Singing
Bee" which was the most watched reality game show of 2007.
The recipient of numerous articles about his many talents Gussie is ready to
break out as an artist and sell his music world wide.
Never having had a solo album or CD after being involved in over 30 album and
20 film projects, Gussie is now asking for fan support to complete is opus: "Forever Plan".
Check out his amazing voice on Soundcloud, Reverbnation, or Youtube and see why Gussie is a sure bet as an artist in 2016.